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The Buenos Aires Ombudsman or (Defensoría del Pueblo) reported yesterday that 35.87 percent of the 250 most recent queries that they have so far received have been about the struggle many porteños increasingly face everyday: paying their rent.  

Thinking of buying an apartment in Buenos Aires? Of course not; they are insanely expensive. But just so you know, this distant possibility became even less realistic over the past year.

According to a report released by UADE yesterday, the …

According to statistics provided by the City of Buenos Aires, the cost of expenses for an apartment in the capital has risen by 39.2 percent over the last year: the highest increase in six years and in some cases, now …

Buenos Aires City Judge Marcelo Segón has provided some welcome relief to the pockets of the capital’s tenants by suspending a resolution which until now, allowed real estate agencies to charge up to two months’ commission on rental contracts. Agencies …

You may have noticed your rent has shot up rather dramatically within the last year. According to Clarín, rental contracts have increased by up to 40 percent, which means for us poor mortals, finding a cheap one-bedroom 

It isn’t just Las Cabras’ menu that is seeing prices increase, your rent is too. Sorry, folks.

The lack of affordable mortgages in Buenos Aires means that people are unable to buy houses and are forced to pay monthly rent, …

 

The demand for space in Buenos Aires is so high that families in the Villa 31, the slum located in Retiro, are willing to pay up to $4,000 per month just for a room. This is currently equivalent …